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V.25 No.13 | 03/31/2016

The Daily Word in Kim Kardashian's Feminism, how the World is losing water and (fake) cheap housing in Albuquerque

The Daily Word

One third of the world has had a drastic decrease in water in the last 20 years. Why?

How are women pushing the boundaries of disruptive innovation?

A wedding dress in a pickle jar is one thing amongst many that you’ll find at the Museum of Broken Relationships.

Want a 2,300 square foot home in the Huning Highland District for only $800? Sorry, you can’t. Some people thought they could, though.

How Nationalism contributes to the oppression of women is astounding.

The subtlety that Kim Kardashian uses to push feminist boundaries and values is incredible.

The trial for the murder of Islan Nettles has finally begun.

While it’s often difficult to keep up with the lies and bizarre remarks that Professor Quirrell-Drumpf makes, some people fact checked his town hall speech and found 71 fibs. That’s basically one per minute.

And finally, the evolution of this beautiful meme.

V.20 No.37 |

NEWS

The Daily Word in debt plans, weird DWIs, and the Primetime Emmys.

The Daily Word

Albuquerque shooting suspect has bond set at $1 million cash.

Obama unveils new deficit plan.

White House brews its first beer.

Alec Baldwin gets replaced by Spock Leonard Nemoy for Emmy opening.

In case you missed the Emmys, check here for winners and outtakes and such.

Who wore it better? Donald Trump or this puppy?

Political daughters Kara Kennedy and Eleanor Mondale both die within 24 hours of each other.

Albuquerque man gets nabbed for drunk driving after flipping off police officers, stopping to take a potty break, and then getting pelted with a bean bag gun.

Meanwhile, a Pennsylvania man faces DWI and assault charges for drunken tractor-riding.

You can give your grandparents a web cam... and they might make an adorable video on accident.

Netflix fully separates DVD and streaming services, DVD service gets a new name.

This video actually gets me a little emotional every time I watch it.

Did you know that water bears can survive 10 days in the vacuum of space and then reproduce?

Heroic Alaskan bunny saves owners from house fire, but is not so lucky himself.

Cat scans.

V.20 No.31 | 8/4/2011
Sony Pictures Television / Ben Leuner

Feature Interview

The Colorful Mr. White

Bryan Cranston on seeing red, going black and being a chameleon

He's won three consecutive Emmys for his leading role on AMC's "Breaking Bad." Watching him alternate between the feeble, stomped-upon character of Walter White and a meth kingpin persona known as “Heisenberg,” the dramatic range that brought Bryan Cranston such acclaim is clear. “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan calls him the greatest talent he’s ever worked with—“an actor who comes along every hundred years or so.”

The Alibi spoke with Cranston about Albuquerque, getting inside the mind of Walter White and why Michael Jordan should step aside.
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